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Think of You
Performed by Carney
Written by Reeve Carney
Published by RJC Music (BMI)
Produced and Mixed by David Kahne
Courtesy of DAS Label/Interscope Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises See more »
Nothing new here. A story that happens ever day to people that you won't particularly care about.
The first half is slow moving soft porn and the second half is devoted to watching shallow people live shallow lives. People doing the same thing over and over again and yet somehow expecting different results.
If you can get past that everything else was adequate.I just don't see why they would assemble all those people and all that talent to tell us a story about people that were neither bad enough nor good enough for anybody to even take notice of.
Rent something else.
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